Ducks 'n a Row: Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop #15

02 April 2013

Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop #15

By Sinea Pies

Welcome to this week's blog hop, featuring five amazing posts from a variety of bloggers 
and your wonderful links!
Aren't these little shoes adorable? You can make them!  The Little Dot Mary Janes Pattern is free for you to download on Bethany's Whistle & Ivy blog. 

Please take a moment to read Bethany's heart in why she made them. Brylee was her inspiration. Brylee, their friends' daughter, has just been diagnosed with brain cancer. Go to the post to read more and you'll find a donation button on the blog, if you want to help! 

These sweet little vintage duck-toy cookies were made by Callye Alvarado, or "Sweet Sugarbelle".  If you haven't visited Sweet Sugarbelle's blog, you must! She has over 47,000 Facebook fans, so maybe you have already found her.  Callye's blog is full of creative recipes and tutorials. Want her sugar cookie recipe? It's there!

I am all for recycling and being frugal but if I made this organizer it might not turn out looking so nice. Do you believe this gorgeous organizer is made from CEREAL BOXES? Martha Stewart, move over. I'll take this stationery organizer any day. It was made by Kathleen on Katydid and Kid.

If my mom had used these cleaning games when I was young, my room might have looked a whole lot better. Mariel of Or So She Says has come up with great ideas to get your kids involved in the cleaning process ... and having fun doing it. Stop by and read this post. You'll love it!

Don't they look delicious? They were made by Laura of Now Things Are Cookin' and you can make them, too. 

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